"I feel that the results are much harder to achieve now that menopause is here, and I feel like I'm just looking at food, it's growing." Did you tell him this now? I heard my clients say that. Menopause is a very difficult period for women and will know what to do and how to achieve your health and fitness goals can be difficult.
It will get worse at early age and menopause if you do not cut calories or exercise. So if you are not now, start now. In order to make things worse, women find themselves in places that have not yet been. After menopause, women tend to gain weight on men, the neck, the animal and the "spare tire" because of the fluctuation of hormone levels.
Genetics and activity levels also contribute to accumulating fat. In fact, you can do nothing about your genetics, but you can set the level of activity. Increasing exercise, especially weight gain and cardiovascular training, can have a huge impact on body fat percentage. Contact a certified personal trainer to create a program that helps.
The menopause coin has two sides. Practice is the first. The diet is the other side of the coin. To ensure that calories are taken with fresh natural foods, it also affects the amount of body fat accumulation. Stay with whole grain foods and lean meats. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables and eat regularly 5-6 smaller meals. This promotes metabolism and enhances combustion.
Another caution about the accumulation of menopause and fat. Maintaining the level of activity and controlling calories contribute to your fat stores. There are two kinds of fat; subcutaneous fat, gel belly and fat around the hip and thigh. The other is the viscid fat. This is fat around the vital organs. Studies have shown that this is more active and has a higher connection to the disease. Not only does a healthy, controlled diet and a lot of exercise keep you well, but it can also make it more secure in later life's illness.